Apple Watch Series 4 Discounted By $50 Today, Multiple Case And Band Options Available Including LTE Models

The Apple Watch Series 4 is the best Apple Watch to date, which is something you can pretty much always say about the latest and greatest wearable to come out of Cupertino. The Apple Watch Series 4 really is a giant leap above and beyond the Apple Watch Series 3, though, and right now you can save up to $50 off one of your very own, too.

The Apple Watch Series 4 is currently on offer over at Amazon, and if you’re in the market for a 44mm watch then now is definitely the time to pick one up. The discounts differ depending on the case color and band you want to opt for, and the discounts are either already applied or need an on-screen coupon to be clipped in order to kick in. Just make sure you’ve got your discount before checking out.

Regardless of which color or band you go for, you’ll get the same great features that have made the Apple Watch Series 4 so popular. Those include a new case and screen design that shows more content than ever thanks to a 30% larger display. The speaker is 50% louder than before, making it easier to hear Siri and calls when you want to.

GPS + Cellular
Over 30% larger display and 50% louder speaker
Electrical and optical heart sensors
Digital Crown with haptic feedback
50% louder speaker
S4 Sip with faster 64-bit dual-core processor
Improved accelerometer and gyroscope for fall detection
Swim proof
watchOS 5
Aluminum or stainless steel case

Everything will respond super quickly thanks to the built-in S4 chip, and then there’s the ECG functionality that has already been proven to save lives. All in, this is one pretty sweet wearable and we don’t think you’ll regret picking one up. Especially considering the savings that are available here.

Buy: Apple Watch Series 4 – Multiple Colors and Bands – from Amazon: Save up to $50.

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